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Jason Richardson will miss his third straight game. The Philadelphia 76ers shooting guard is also going to see a doctor, according to Sixers beat writer Tom Moore.
Nick Young (16 percent owned) and Spencer Hawes (49 percent owned) are both starting Saturday against the Knicks, according to Sixers beat writer Christopher Vito. Hawes has played well in his last three games, but his health is always a concern.
Royal Ivey started the Tuesday's game but didn't do much. Dorell Wright played four awful minutes. The options here aren't great.
#Sixers Jason Richardson (knee) will miss his third game in a row. Going to see doctor now.
— Tom Moore (@tmoorepburbs) January 26, 2013
Nick Young and Spencer Hawes will start for Sixers tonight.
— Christopher A. Vito (@ChrisVito) January 26, 2013
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Jrue Holiday had a career night Saturday, scoring 35 points (16-25 FG, 2-3 FT). In 38 minutes, the Philadelphia 76ers' All-Star point guard added a 3-pointer, five rebounds, six assists and a steal.
Holiday is having a fantastic year. Hold onto him.
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PHILADELPHIA -- Jrue Holiday celebrated his first All-Star selection by scoring a career-high 35 points Saturday night as the Philadelphia 76ers routed the New York Knicks 97-80. The fourth-year point guard, named an Eastern Conference reserve Thursday, made 16 of 25 shots from the floor and had six assists and five rebounds, helping the Sixers (18-25) snap a two-game losing streak...
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If the 76ers were to score 100 points or more against the Knicks in Philadelphia on Saturday night, everyone in attendance would get a free Big Mac. The Sixers fell three points short of that, but it was more than enough to defeat the New York Knicks by a final score of 97-80.
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Led by their All-Star point guard, the Philadelphia 76ers are trying to stay afloat in the Eastern Conference as they await the debut of their marquee addition.
They'll try to win two straight for the first time in two months on Monday night when they host the Memphis Grizzlies, who look for their leading scorer to snap his recent slump.
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Jrue Holiday totaled 35 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists in
a 97-80 win against the division leading New York Knicks. The Philadelphia
76ers (18-25) dominated the Knicks (26-15) from start to finish. Holiday
justified his All-Star selection by scoring a career high in points and not
turning the ball over until the fourth quarter...